Scotland

More and More Scots Now Turning to Credit Cards as Mode of Mortgage Payment

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Latest figures released have revealed that many household across Scotland seem to be sitting on a "credit time-bomb", with over 128,000 Scots now tuning to credit cards to pay for their monthly mortgage or rent.

Glasgow Airport Shares Plans of 25 Million Pounds Expansion

Glasgow Airport Shares Plans of 25 Million Pounds Expansion

In a development which will make things much easier for travelers, Glasgow Airport has announced a major 25 Million Pounds expansion aimed at improving facilities for passengers and traffic success to the venue over the coming two years.

Cancer charity calls for UK-wide sun-beds ban

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Cancer research UK has invited the Westminster Government to follow Scotland’s example and ban under-18s from using sun beds.

Scotland will ban children from Tuesday from using sun-beds and is to ensure adults are fully informed of the risk.

Johnston Press Posts Improving Figures, Raises Hope for Struggling Media Market

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Britain's largest and top ranked publisher of regional newspapers, Johnston Press revealed that a new hike in revenue from property advertising has helped it make up for the losses it had recently

Lung Cancer Death on a Rise among Women - NHS

Lung Cancer Death on a Rise among Women - NHS

Recent figures posted by the NHS have revealed that in Scotland, the number of women dying from lung cancer is steadily on the rise. A study of updated figures of Cancer Mortality Statistics show that this is in sharp contrast to death from other types of cancers, the numbers of which are thankfully going down.

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